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St Catherine of Siena

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S13 8EJ

Church of England Grade II listed church designed by Basil Spence, built in 1959.

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St Mary

Handsworth, Yorkshire | S13 9BZ

St Mary’s was founded in 1170 by the Norman Lord, William de Lovetott. Of this church, only part of the chancel and the lower part of the tower remain.

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St John the Evangelist

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S25PU

St John the Evangelist has been welcoming the parish and people of the Park district since 1834.

St Marie Cathedral

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S1 2JB

The cathedral is easy to miss and almost seems hidden away, which gives you a clue to its origin.

Upper Chapel

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S1 2JD

Visitors are always welcome to this 300 year old city centre Unitarian Chapel.

Sheffield Cathedral

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S1 1HA

Sheffield Cathedral is the oldest building in Sheffield still in daily use. Formerly the Parish Church of Sheffield, it was granted Cathedral status in 1914. however the history of Christianity on this site goes back over 1000 years.

Friends Meeting House

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S1 2EW

Quaker meetings are known to have been taking place in Sheffield since 1669.

St Matthew

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S1 4FT

Situated a stone's throw away from the heart of Sheffield, we are a Victorian church displaying various items from the Arts & Crafts era, such as fine copperware and reredos.

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Christ Church

Sheffield, Yorkshire | S2 3AE

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St Helen

Treeton, Yorkshire | S60 5PZ

There has been a church on this site since the reign of Edward the Confessor (1042-1066) and it is the only one noted in the Domesday Book as being in the ‘vast and ancient territory of Hallamshire’.

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